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Kentucky vs. Kansas Live Stream: How to Watch NCAA Men’s College Basketball Online

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The Kentucky Wildcats and the Kansas Jayhawks will face off in the second game of the Champions Classic in Chicago, following the game between Duke and Michigan State.

Both teams have new rosters, with Jayhawks having recently lost Frank Mason and Josh Jackson, but now have senior Devonte Graham, recorded 10 points, 12 assists, seven rebounds and three steals in their game with Tennessee State, according to The Bleacher Report.

For their part, the Wildcats have shown their worth, with a recent 73-69 win against Vermont and a 10-point win against Utah Valley. As with the Jayhawks, the Wildcats also have new talent in the game, like their starting five.

In between the two games, ESPN will air a showcase of the latest College Football Playoff rankings, expected to air around 9 PM ET, with the Kentucky/Kansas game following after.


Kentucky vs. Kansas: Game Time, TV Channel & Viewing Details

Event: Kentucky vs. Kansas
Date:  Tuesday, November 14, 2017
Start Time: 9:30 PM EST
Location: United Center, Chicago, Illinois
Broadcast: ESPN


How To Live Stream Kentucky vs. Kansas Online

The game will be broadcast on ESPN, with a live stream on WatchESPN.


How to Watch Kentucky vs. Kansas On Your Tablet Or Mobile Device

The game could also be live streamed on an Android or iOS device.


How To Listen To Kentucky vs. Kansas State On Radio

The game could be heard over the 38-affiliate, Spartan Sports Network, which includes WMMQ-FM (94.9)/WJIM-AM (1240) in Lansing and WJR-AM (760) in Detroit.

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